Evernotes Every Friday

1. End Credits of Tangled by Shiyoon Kim

I just love seeing concept art or fan-art for beloved films, especially Disney films. I finally saw Tangled last week and during the end credits I fell in love with the artistic look and feel of the illustrations. Thanks to Google, I found the artist, Shiyoon Kim, who also helped with the character development throughout the film. There’s several more glimpses of the end credits on his blog, but really, you should watch the film! It’s great, very inspiring to go after your dreams and when that dream is achieved, go after another! Loved it!

End Credits of Tangled

2. Broken Trail BBQ Sauce

Andy and I have been researching ideas for Rooftop BBQ’s new sauce line so when I saw these, desinged by Imginaria Creative I was inspired. I can’t wait to design our new labels!

Broken Trail BBQ Sauce

3. Watercolor Fashion Illustration – C’est Magique

I found this lovely watercolor illustration on Pinterest, isn’t it beautiful? I love the soft underlying lines and how her face is only defined by her features, not an outline of her actual face. This particular one sold on Etsy, but there’s many more in a similar style.

Watercolor Fashion Illustration - C'est Magique

4. Music City Unsigned for the American Cancer Society

This poster design by Zach McNair is lovely. I love the color overlays over the trees. It has so much going on with all the different lines of direction but the center is clear, with clean typography.

Music City Unsigned for the American Cancer Society

5. Kelli Anderson’s Paper Record Player Wedding Invitation

I am not sure if I can pass anything of Kelli Anderson’s and not post it here. Her work is just the right mix of clean and edgy, with tons of details. Her latest project is a wedding invitation suite… but not just an invitation, a paper record player, that actually plays! There’s a video and gobs more photos on her site, so you’ll have to check it out. Here’s just one snippet of the piece, the actual record that has two layers, so as you turn the top layer, the people change clothes! So creative!!

A Paper Record Player

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